Bearing the brunt of the Cold War, The United States and the Soviet Union divided Korea into two sovereign states in 1948 with the border set at the 38th parallel. In the South, an export-led economic boom, industrialization, and technological advances created an enviably prosperous state. In the current world,Read More →

For some time now, information mediated through imagery, primarily photographs, has been a fellow chief instructor (the other being literature) of our moral imagination and our perception of distant, clandestine experiences. One thinks of conflicts, controversy or atrocities, with the subtle photographic displays of (what we have come to knowRead More →

With the final Brexit leaving date just around the corner (31st of October) still remains unclear about what the outcome will be in regards to the new rules and regulations with the EU, not to mention where UK citizens abroad and EU nationals in the UK stand. There are talksRead More →

Do people have an evolved predisposition to kill members of other social groups? Do they have an inner predisposition to violence? In other words, are we born to fight? An incredible Christmas miracle could let us think about the answer. 1914, Ypres, Belgium, Christmas Eve. “Come out, English soldier; comeRead More →

«Limelight» by Charlie Chaplin “there’s something just as inevitable as death, and that’s life.” Limelight is a film written, produced, directed by, and starring Charlie Chaplin, based on a novella written by Chaplin entitled “Footlights” It can be considered Chaplin’s most personal film, and his farawell, even if it isRead More →